After finishing the photo essay about my efforts to reconnect with the area immediately around my village I have been looking for a new project. After a day exploring a rarely visited corner of the Lake District National Park close to my home I think I might have found it.
With the easing of lockdown restrictions I can resume filming on location once more. But will this new found freedom have a positive or negative impact on my photography?
In the spring of 2020 the coronavirus crisis temporarily interrupted my life as a landscape photographer, restricting access to my beloved Lake District. Allowed out just once a day to exercise I used my photography to reconnect with the area around the village where I live.
Are you looking for an easy photography project that you can do indoors? Why not try shooting simple flower portraits using things that you can find around the house!
As a landscape photographer coronavirus has had a disastrous impact on my business. But that aside could lockdown actually be helping me to become a better photographer?
Many of us across the globe find ourselves in lockdown as we try to stop the spread of coronavirus. Unable leave the house we must look for photography projects that we can do indoors. This week I have been trying multiple exposure selfies.
As the coronavirus crisis escalates the UK is now in lockdown. I find myself looking for new ways to grow my business and for any opportunity to indulge in my passion for photography.
The effects of the global coronavirus pandemic appear to have finally reached my little corner of the world. But with my business all but wiped out what will I now do with my time?
This week, after a little planning and more than a little help from Mrs Sale, I took a step further to realising my dream of becoming a professional landscape photographer. But I would not have been able to make that step without the support that I have received from the people that watch my YouTube channel.